Collection MS-2-257 - Howard Logan Bronson Collection

Photograph of Howard Bronson, John Johnson, and George Henderson

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Howard Logan Bronson Collection

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  • [ca. 1918] (Creation)
    Bronson, Howard Logan

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Howard Logan Bronson was born in 1878 in Washington, Connecticut, USA.He attended university at Yale between 1885-1900, and 1901-1904, and was awarded a Phd in Physics in 1904. In 1910 he accepted a position at Dalhousie University as Chairman of the Physics Department, where he remained until his retirement in 1946. Upon his retirement, the University awarded him with an LLD, and a Professor Emeritis. He died on March 8th, 1968, in Halifax.

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Contains material related to Howard Logan Bronson, who was Chair of the Physics Department at Dalhousie University.

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